Elsevier Global Research Awards
A celebration of the world research community
Elsevier awards researchers and research organizations throughout the world who have been credited with outstanding achievements and are making a significant contribution to the advancement of their field, thereby having a positive influence on our society.
The prizes are a tribute to the men and women who have contributed to the progress of humanity through their dedication to science. Serving as a source of inspiration, the awards help raise the profile of talented individuals and the organizations, in addition to the profession as a whole.
Elsevier is proud to support the following awards:
Awards for Researchers
Researchers and scholars of all nationalities are eligible to receive Elsevier awards. Nominees are judged on past accomplishments, research excellence, and outstanding academic achievements.
Early career researchers awards
For outstanding researchers at an early stage in their career who have the potential to become leaders in their field. The awards recognize innovative thinking and talent of young researchers around the globe.
Advanced career researchers
For outstanding researchers at a mid-stage in their career, who are leaders in their field, and have a publication history of at least ten years. The awards recognize researchers who embody research excellence through their talent, knowledge and expertise in their field.
Awards for Organizations
Awards for organizations
Honoring higher education and research institutions worldwide, these awards recognize excellence in research performance and contributions made to the scientific development of their home country.
The Elsevier Foundation provides grants to institutions around the world, with a focus on support for the world's libraries, nurse faculty and for scholars in the early stages of their careers. Since its inception in 2002, the Foundation has awarded more than 60 grants worth millions of dollars to non-profit organizations working in these fields.
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